harried

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adjective har·ried \ˈher-ēd, ˈha-rēd\

Definition of harried

  1. :  beset by problems :  harassed a harried waiter who forgets your order

Origin and Etymology of harried

see harry


First Known Use: 1609


HARRIED Defined for English Language Learners

harried

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adjective har·ried \ˈher-ēd, ˈha-rēd\

Definition of harried for English Language Learners

  • : bothered by many problems or worries : very worried or anxious



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